William and Kate arrive in Poland with Prince George and Princess Charlotte

Prince George, Princess Charlotte, Prince William and Duchess Kate have landed in Warsaw, Poland for day one of their Brexit tour.
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The royal cuties Prince George and Princess Charlotte have landed with mum Duchess Catherine and dad Prince William in Warsaw.

The Cambridges are embarking on their first family royal tour of 2017 to Poland and Germany.

Kate, 35, fresh from the Wimbledon finale, brought a touch of the tennis competition donning a stunning white coat by Alexander McQueen.

The mum-of-two elegantly carried her daughter down the steps of the plane, while three-year-old Prince George, held onto his daddy’s hand.

George, who turns four in a few days, looked exceptionally cute in a smart in navy button-down shorts teamed with a crisp blue and red shirt.

His little sister, two-year-old Charlotte was princess perfection in in a red and white patterned dress.

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Just moments before sharing a video of the red carpet being rolled out from the plane, Kensington Palace shared details of the royals trip, “This week The Duke and Duchess will undertake their first official joint tour to Poland and Germany.”

“The tour will encompass cultural and geographic highlights of both countries, from the Gdansk Shakespeare Theatre to the Neckar river.”

“Their Royal Highnesses will take time during the tour to acknowledge the complex 20th century history of each country.”

“They will meet survivors at the Warsaw Rising Museum, Stutthof Concentration Camp, and the Berlin Holocaust Memorial.”

“The Duke and Duchess hope to meet as many people as possible during the tour.”

Kesington Palace confirmed the adorable Cambridge siblings would be joining their parents for the trip, last month.

A palace spokesperson said: “They have decided that their children, Prince George and Princess Charlotte, will travel with them and we expect the children to be seen on at least a couple of occasions over the course of the week.”

“They look forward to a busy and impactful tour and are grateful that they will have the opportunity to meet the Polish and German people – such important friends of the United Kingdom – as a family.”

Many are viewing the royal trip, taken at the request of the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, is a Brexit diplomacy tour. They hope to maintain and strengthen the UK’s relations with Europe as it leaves the EU.

George will turn 4 later this week.

The siblings went on their first tour together, last year to Canada.

The Duke and Duchess, both 35, were formally welcomed to Poland by President Duda and the First Lady at the Presidential Palace.

George and Charlotte will stay at home with nanny Maria Borrallo, while their parents kick off their tour to a visit to the Warsaw Rising Museum.

No doubt will see Wills and Kate’s little munchkins at some point during the tour, with royal adviser commenting that it will most likely be at airports when they arrive and depart from the two countries.

The royal youngsters taking a quick look.

Poland is ready for the royal guests.

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